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Thread: Your Most Loved Band.
February 10th, 2008 #1
Your Most Loved Band.
Come on guys. Share the Love. Doesn't have to be a band. Any music group is allowed.
Maybe we can all better our song collections after this thread, and find some amazing music that usually can't reach our ears because of the popular media.
And my favourite band is:
Why? I've had some good memories with those songs,and some of my best times were with those songs. And If you've heard joker and the thief and woman, No, those aren't my favourites. It's the rest of the stuff the album that I like, and all the stuff they do in concerts.
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Massive Attack, M.I.A., Gorillaz, DJ Shadow, DJ Krush, Future Cut, SINTHETIX, Sasha, Nine Inch Nails, and I forgot the rest. I'll be back later.
February 10th, 2008 #3
It's WAY easier to chose a least favorite band!
There have been threads like this in the past but still I'll contribute.
I don't have one. My favorites include TOOL, Opeth, Alice in Chains, Dethklok (they're animated but they kick ass!), Amon Amarth, The Sword, Pantera (RIP Dimebag ), Metallica, Lamb of God, Slayer, Black Sabbath... I could go on.
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February 10th, 2008 #9King of Dragons
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Yaay, A thread with no potential of being flamed. Thought Jakes thread would be on fire by page three so I decided to throw you guys for a loop. Ofcourse I love guitars and microphones. Other wise my favoritest band eva wouldn't be the Deftones.
The Pillows are awsome Stalker is my favorite song!
Nujabes, Force of Nature and anything I can practice my moves on!
A Tribe Called Quest
Arai Akino, Yoko Kano, Mayaa Sakaota.
I like a lot of game ans anime soundtracks final fantasy, flcl, okami and thats all I can think of now!
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Sonata Arctica... no competition hehe
February 10th, 2008 #11
'tool' and anything with Maynard James Keenan including 'A Perfect Circle' and 'Puscifer.' Tool has been my musical constant since highschool. A cornerstone to my taste to which all things will be judged. Maynard's recent release, Puscifer was great though quite a deviation. Sort of like 'Nine Inch Nails' meets Mo-Town. Really quirky and addictive.
Friends of Dean Martinez. They're sort of a tex-mex, lounge, jazz-rock fusion, jam band. Amazing instrumentals and composition.
Nine Inch Nails. I was huge fan in highschool and it turns out that I really like their new stuff as well. Year Zero was a great album.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. Asside from being a huge 'Led Zeppelin' fan, these two released an album called 'No Quarter' which I consider to be a masterpiece.
Serj Tankian. Another throwback to my highschool days when I was a rabid fan of System of a Down. Tankian's solo record 'Elect the Dead' reminded me why I enjoyed them so much. It's a great album with the musical depth and complexity that I'd hesitate to describe most contemporary metal as having.
Alice in Chains. 'Man in a Box' will have a spot on any play I listen to.
Soundgarden. A great distillation of the whole nineties grunge thing which I still love.
Massive Attack. I'm normally not a huge fan of the electronic genre but I've always found them to be really fresh and have a lot of depth. Especially their album Mezzanine.
Radiohead. No brainer. I've always loved them. They have a new album out called 'In Rainbows' which lives up to their history of musical genius.
Muse. Sort of in the same vein as Radiohead. A little more on mainstream perhaps.
Jeff Buckley. A great vocalist who died before he could make critical mass. He only released one album and it was amazing.
The Mars Volta. Blatant, unapologetic "prog-rock."
Honorable mentions: Modest Mouse, Audioslave, Rage Against the Machine, Buckethead, Peter Gabriel, Arcade Fire, Brand New, Fiest, Dredg, The Flaming Lips, Peace Orchestra, Thievery Corporation, Sea Wolf, Maritime, XTC, Beck, Morphine, The Killers, Richard Buckner, Ryan Adams and I'm sure many others whom I failed to recall just now as I drink my morning coffee.
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Poison the Well, by far.
Their music has helped me through many rough times.
Also much love for the Dillinger Escape Plan. Their music is freakin nuts, and I can't get enough of it.
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